Anonymous Reporting App for Schools
Features and benefits
- Schools able to find out about issues sooner thereby being able to deal with the issues before they become too big.
- Breaks the “Don’t tell” culture within the school
- Learners can download the App for Free
- The Identity of the reporter is removed from the report and the school receives the information and can manage it internally.
- Provides for better and more open communication with the anonymous reporter
- Convenient and easy to use.
- Ability to identify trends and warning signs.
How to get it
Schools should contact us to register.
To download the app, click on the appropriate link below.
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